Exmoor ponies have proved to be such a success for the habitat at a South Tyneside nature reserve that they've been brought back.Read the full story ›
Police are asking for the public's help to trace a missing woman from Boldon.
Ann Stewart, 60 from Winslow Close, Boldon Colliery, was diagnosed last year with the early signs of dementia and may appear confused.
Her friends and family are concerned for her welfare.
She was last seen around 11am on Saturday, December 3, when she left her home address for a morning walk and failed to return.
She is just over five feet tall, of very slim build and has short auburn straight hair.
Anyone who has seen her is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101 immediately.
Emma Lewell-Buck has written to South Tyneside Council to ask them to reconsider annual Christmas Camel ParadeRead the full story ›
The event sees three of the animals walk through South Shields as part of festive celebrations.Read the full story ›
An online petition has been set up to stop the camel parade in South Shields, but council bosses have defended itRead the full story ›
Police are appealing for information after a lit firework was posted through a letterbox in South Tyneside.
The incident happened between 8.30pm and 9pm on Sunday 6th November in Church View in Boldon Colliery.
The firework caused minor damage to the property, however police are warning the consequences could have been far worse. No-one was injured in the incident.
Officers are carrying out enquiries and are appealing for witnesses. Anyone with information should contact Northumbria Police on 101 quoting reference 998 061116 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
People living in Sunderland and South Tyneside are being offered advice on how to keep wheelie bins safe from thieves and vandals.Read the full story ›
Mr Howard's family released a statement after killer Michael Wilson was jailed for life for his murderRead the full story ›
Michael Wilson attacked Ronnie Howard twice at the Prince Edward pub in South Shields on May 4 Three others were jailed over the incidentRead the full story ›
The funeral of Pamela Gower, who died following a skydive in Shotton earlier this month, will take place this morning.
Pamela, from Hebburn, South Tyneside, was found on a road close to the airfield at Shotton Colliery, where her plane had taken off. The funeral service will be held at South Shields Crematorium.
In a statement Pamela's parents, Catherine and Len, said Pamela was a 'determined, independent woman.'
Pamela was a great girl who was loved by her family so much and was a wonderful daughter and sister. Pamela was a very determined and independent woman who let nothing get in her way and we feel this photograph of her next to the Taj Mahal is a perfect example of this.
Our mam always told Pamela how proud she was of her, as was the rest of our family. We will remember how she always saw the funny side of things, just like her ‘Da’.